Almost two months right after the mainstream release of macOS Major Sur, human interfaces group Apple has finally unveiled an updated Sketch library optimized for its top-to-bottom redesign. Consumer interface designers and developers have been eagerly awaiting this new design kit for some time.
Like previous Sketch libraries provided by Apple, the new macOS 11 library includes all the major technical tints, UI elements, and fonts. You can also find factors like buttons, labels, windows, menus, modals and others. The library includes all of Large Sur’s new circle icons and complete new monitor templates for advertising and marketing your style in a standard user environment.
The new library is also accessible as a stand-alone Sketch file if you don’t want to insert the elements as symbols. The library is available at 35.4MB and involves Sketch 70. Unfortunately, end users of Adobe XD and Photoshop will have to hold out a bit longer for related equipment. Currently, these design and styling elements are still optimized for macOS Catalina, although they have current icon production models.
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